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  1. Can the GPU be used for dockers then switched to VMs as needed, or is that not supported? I understand it would be difficult. If that's not possible, is it possible to reserve one GPU for dockers and another for VMs?
  2. This also needs krb5, which is available on Nerd Pack.
  3. How close is 6.9 to final in terms of roadmap (not time)? Is it feature-complete other than integrating the 5.9 kernel? How many major, stopping bugs remain? I might install this when it hits RC.
  4. Will editing the config file work? Obviosly, I cannot edit it through settings because my server won't start if I have the plugin.
  5. I don't know how to do that without the plugin being loaded. What config file should I edit?
  6. DevPack appears to be incompatible with either the kernel or system packages on Unraid 6.7.0. My server froze while booting after an upgrade, and I fixed it by removing DevPack.
  7. I installed this last week and the server failed to boot after initializing SMB. I then attempted to downgrade manually by moving the backup files back into place, but the web interface broke. I then manually reinstalled the new release, and it once again froze in the same place. Frustrated, I booted in safe mode and it worked! Turns out that DevPack was incompatible with the new kernel version. After uninstalling the server worked fine. TLDR: Remove DevPack before upgrading, or your server won't boot.
  8. Molex to SATA power adapters are notorious for catching on fire, especially the ones that have the wires terminating in them instead of passing through. I refuse to use them in any computer I build because I don't want the whole computer going up in flames. I recommend getting a new power supply.
  9. I'm having issues adding my 8TB USB drive to a MacOS High Sierra guest. First I tried adding the USB device, but that only works for USB 2 devices. Then I tried adding the PCI device, but there are other devices that cannot be added in the IOMMU group. Then I tried adding the SCSI device for the drive, but the virtual machine doesn't start with the SCSI device added. Here is some of my XML file: <emulator>/usr/local/sbin/qemu</emulator> <disk type='file' device='disk'> <driver name='qemu' type='raw' cache='writeback'/> <source file='/mn